We had such a fabulous time with our collaboration with the Hawaii Theatre Center and Art + Flea with the SPIRITED AWAY Miyazaki dinner and a movie event that we are doing it again!
In partnership with Hawaii Theatre Center and Cake Envy, we are joining forces again to celebrate food and cinema! SCREEN CUISINE is a food-inspired film festival at the historic Hawaii Theatre, where they are screening classic films that revolve around food and happens this weekend (August 19 - 21).
We have the great honor of crafting a unique prix fixe dinner inspired by the Academy award nominated film CHOCOLAT starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp. Join us for a dinner at The Pig & the Lady, prior to the screening of the film at the Hawaii Theatre. Then, once the film is done, head over to Cake Envy for dessert! This is the ultimate dinner and a movie and a perfect date night this Saturday!
Here’s all the details for this unique and romantic night out, perfect to take that special someone out for a dinner, movie and dessert, all inspired by the film CHOCOLAT:
When: Saturday, August 20, 5pm - 7:30pm
Where: Dinner starts at 5pm at The Pig & The Lady. The movie starts at 8pm at Hawaii Theatre. Post-film dessert at Cake Envy.
Cost: $75 (dinner + movie + after movie dessert at Cake Envy)
$55 (dinner only)
How: call us at (808) 585-8255 for reservations or email us at email@example.com
A cancellation fee will be applied if made within 48 hours of the event.
WELCOME TO LA CELESTE PRALINE
foie gras bon bons, caviar & white chocolate toast, chicken cracklings & sauce picada, ahi sashimi & chocolate miso on shiso leaf
THE PEOPLE OF GOD VS. MADMOISELLE VIANNE
green apple, white chocolate + pommes mousseline, black truffles, preserved lemon
A BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH THE WITCH OF LANQUENET & A BAND OF GYPSIES
roasted quail, bulgur wheat, sunchokes, pickled cherries, chocolate au poivre
FORGIVE ME JESUS, FOR I HAVE EATEN ALL YOUR CHOCOLATE...
flambé of chocolate, cacao scented smoke, flavors of s’mores
CHOCOLAT is an Academy Award nominated romantic comedy-drama, and tells the story of a young mother, played by Juliette Binoche, who arrives at the fictional, repressed French village of Lansquenet-sous-Tannes with her six-year-old daughter and opens La Chocolaterie Maya, a small chocolaterie. The village mayor, who disapproves of her presence, becomes her nemesis. But her chocolate quickly begins to change the lives of the townspeople around her, and her shop becomes the locus for villagers and outsiders, each with their own story to tell. Directed by Lasse Hallström and adapted for the screen by writer Robert Nelson Jacobs.